Ok so this will be a slow go,and everything I have done so far… I will probably have to redue lol
So this video popped up in my feed again:
Looked into Diet Pi again and liked how simple and light it is, with options to add more at startup.
So I thought I would try out doing nextcloud, dietpi has it in the options looks easy and I am bored.
Super easy, got the iso, used etcher, plug and play. Right in setup menu has nextcloud
(forgot to take a pic but here is one of the install menu)
Had to delete the config file and set up a basic sql deal. This is a test so I didn’t bother with adding a harddrive…yet. Setup screen is now there, fill in the blanks and boom, done.
was pretty easy to set up, pointed it to a Joplin folder as was good to go. Only issue is the file names are unreadable so if I was to look at them in nextcloud I will have no clue what note is what. Oh well
not shabby, Memory is at 158M/976M at idle or in use. At rest CPU is at 1.3% on one core, when in use (loading files, deck, mail, calendar, so on) most stay below 20% with one going as high as 40% however after the loading it all idles back to that 1.3%. I will say some things a bit slow to load, but its a pi3 and about 1 to 2 seconds tops of wait time.
- Get feet wet in personal cloud service
- Test viability of pi for personal server for syncing Joplin and other apps
- Pi3 (no wifi)/ Pi3 (with wifi)
- 32gb Transcend msd
- HD TBA
- Flesh out thread
- Find HDD/SSD and usb adapter
- Install again
- Add pictures
- Setup Nextcloud
- Sync Joplin
- Sync Phone
- Test Photo backup
- Test Joplin backup
- Test Apps for Nextcloud